Vancouver, BC CHRO Town Hall

April 23, 2024 | 9:00am PDT

April 23, 2024 | 9:00am PDT

Strategically Planning for the Future of Work

Participate with your CHRO peers in the Vancouver, BC community in small, breakout discussions on a mission-critical priority for HR leaders. These informal discussions allow you to share your insights and learn from the lessons, approaches and experiences of a diverse group of peers in virtual breakout rooms.

Join fellow CHROs in the Vancouver, BC community to discuss:

Increasing managerial competence and change management skills

Identifying and relieving pressure points within the organization

Clarifying managerial priorities to enable executives to focus on broader strategy

Discussion Leaders

Members of the Vancouver, BC CHRO community will lead the interactive discussion and share lessons learned.

Andrea Cadogan

FortisBC Energy

VP, People


Amy Gill-Sidhu

Fraser Health Authority

Executive Director, Leadership & Talent

Discussion Leader

Jaci Edgeworth


Chief Human Resources Officer

Discussion Leader

Lydia Tay

FirstService Residential

Vice President, Human Resources

Discussion Leader

Leena Verma


Vice President Human Resources

Discussion Leader

Jay Osborne

King County, WA

Human Resources Director

Discussion Leader


April 23, 2024

9:00am - 10:00am  PDT

Strategically Planning for the Future of Work

One of the many responsibilities of an HR leader is to strategically plan for the current and future workforce. But according to Gartner, only 14% of HR leaders have successfully done this. And now, with new capabilities introduced through generative AI, workforce planning has only become more challenging.

Join this session as CHROs discuss: 

  • Collaborating across the business to identify evolving workforce needs

  • Understanding the skills needed to support business growth

  • Implementing a phased approach to planning — what works and what doesn’t

Community Program Manager

For inquiries related to this community, please reach out to your dedicated contact.

Neiland Fitzgerald

Community Program Manager